Cherokee Ranch and Castle Wedding | Sedalia
Get Married in a Colorado Castle
Wedding Day Details:
We met up with Jamie downtown Denver at the Oxford Hotel were they had a room for the women. (Sorry guys – you had to get ready at a house and take a Limo to the Castle). Things were rather laid back and chill as everyone got ready. Tears flowed at the sight of Jamie in her dress. The
prison party bus arrived and shuttled the ladies downtown. Robbie and Jamie had a first look on the back patio. Under the hot sun they started to melt but thankfully drinks were just upstairs. It was nice to be able to get the family and bridal party photos out of the way so they could focus on partying later. A large number of guests were bused in and a delay caused a ceremony delay. The ceremony was on the patio outside the castle. We had some fun with a remote camera to get a side angle without being obtrusive. The cocktail hour allowed tours of the castle as the sun set. The reception was down under a tent on the grounds. Dinner, cake, and dancing kicked off the evening before a live band continued the party!
Cherokee Ranch & Castle Review:
Who wouldn’t want to get married in a Castle? One unique thing is that the venue staff isn’t hands on the day of the wedding. Until guests arrived we didn’t see anyone from the venue. A first for us was seeing the police show up which is a standard thing when there is alcohol on site. The location is beautiful and a very unique venue just South of Denver on the edge of the Colorado front range mountains. At night the trees are filled with string lights. We think the location can certainly accommodate larger weddings. Things get a little tight under the tent for weddings closer to 200. Considering there are holes in the cement its a one size setup. If you like this location here are out shoots at Cherokee Castle and Ranch.